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I am glad that I am able to contribute and be a part of this wonderful site (when I have and make the time to!) |
Gravestones help us honor and remember our lost loved ones, and this site helps ensure that memory will carry on years from now even when the stones are weathered, worn, broken or forgotten... as unfortunately many already are. I am happy that I can help record what the stones look like now before they age even more.
I have found alot of useful information from this site when researching my family lines and hope the memorials I add and those I add photos to can do the same for others! I, fortunately, am close enough to be able to travel easily to most of my family graves, but understand that is not the case for many people. Even so, it is nice to be able to 'visit' them on this site at anytime and even find new discoveries of family members in places/cemeteries I did not know of.
At this point almost all of the memorials I have created are just from visiting cemeteries in my free time to record them on find a grave - so I would be more than happy to transfer them to family members willing to add-on and improve them!
I will do my best to make any suggested corrections and reply to any messages as quickly as possible regarding memorials that I have created. I normally and do not always get online regularly, nor do I check my email everyday (or even every week). Alot of times (especially in summer) I travel or get busy and/or am nowhere near a computer or internet for over a month. I would appreciate your patience , as I will be more than happy to add and correct any info once I am available to do so.
**the memorials I have added that do not have gravestone photos - I entered info from the photos I took - I just have not yet been able to get these photos onto my computer to add to the site. Hopefully can soon!
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|455th AAA Historian||Beecher C. Roberts|
Thank you for the tombstone photos for Pvt. Roberts. Much appreciated!
|Mary Bishop||J. M. Chandler|
J. M. died at Woodlake in Franklin County, I have his obituary he was 43 years old he was a brother of Charles A. Chandler
|Thom Jenkins||Find A Grave Memorial# 100247252|
First, thank you for all the work you have done,
In regards to the above Memorial, the date of death was February 24, 1885 as verified the the Georgetown Weekly News, February 25, 1885 edition.
THE GEORGETOWN WEEKLY NEWS
Georgetown, Kentucky – Wednesday, February 25, 1885
DEATH OF EDWARD P. GAINES
Mr. Edward P. Gaines died at his home in the county on Monday night at 12 ˝ o’clock, of pneumonia. He had been ill but a short time – since Sunday morning – and many of his friends learned of his death without knowing of his illness. Mr. Gaines was a widower, aged 53 years, and a very worth gentlemen. Three children, all grown and settled in life, survive him, viz: Mr. Thomas S. Gaines, Mrs. W.Z. Thomson and Mrs. Rhodes Smith.
Funeral services will be conducted at Berea Church, of which deceased was a member, this Wednesday morning at 10 ˝ o’clock , by Eld. John S. Shouse, and the remains will be buried in Georgetown Cemetery. The remains will be in charge of the following pallbearers: William Payne, R.C. Prewitt, Samuel Haggin, Thomas Allen, Patrick Dolan, Wm. H. Warren, Charles T. Herndon and James W. Samuel.
Please transfer management of the following to me, member #47889447. They are immediate family. This is second request.
Ralph Edward Herring Find A Grave Memorial# 89079059
Edith Tubbs Herring Find A Grave Memorial# 89079060
Frederick Strayhorn Glazener Find A Grave Memorial# 89079046
Added by danderup on Aug 12, 2014 4:19 PM
please do edits for virginia hedges
I entered information under eit tabs.
Thank you for creating memorial for my Great Grand Aunt
|Janet Stout||Cemetery Pictures|
Thank you for your comments. My sister and I have photographed all of the cemeteries in Oceana Co. except for section 1 in Mt. Hope which we will finish this fall and we have also photographed all the cemeteries in Mecosta Co. except for finishing the largest one, Highland View. We have also photographed complete cemeteries in Charlevoix County and one on Mackinac Island, Michigan. We appreciate hearing from everyone who appreciates our work. Thank you again. Janet
|Gail||Clarence James Richards|
He was born October 27, 1895 and died December 11, 1968. 86506264
Added by Gail on Jul 10, 2014 5:04 PM
|Gail||Helen F. Wilson Richards|
Thank you for posting the information on Helen F Wilson Richards. I put new photos on her page. I tried to put them in order with the headstone first, cemetery second, her baby picture & so on, but I can't move them around. Maybe you have to do that. Thank you again,
Helen is my husband's grand aunt. I am going to do that to her husbands also.
Added by Gail on Jul 10, 2014 4:39 PM
|Mary Bishop||Rhodes L. Smith|
After years of searching for Rhoades' wife I finally found her buried in the Fleming County Cemetery, Flemingsburg, Ky, with her parents, brothers & grandmother. Wiuld you add her death to his memorial, her name is Jennifer Kincaid Smith
Her Father is James R. Kincaid, mother Minerva Powell Kincaid
Brother Dennis Kincaid
Brother William Berton Kincaid
Grandmother Martha Jane Perkins, Kincaid Stewart
MAry Bishop firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for the updates and links!
Added by Honor on May 20, 2014 3:12 PM
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